HVDC BorWin2 is a high voltage direct current (HVDC) link built to transmit Offshore wind power to the power grid of the German mainland. ) The project differs from most HVDC systems in that one of the two converter stations is built on a platform in the sea. Voltage-Sourced Converters are used and the total cable length is 200 km. The project was completed by the Siemens/ Prysmian consortium and handed over to its owner, TenneT, in January 2015, becoming the first such project to be completed (the earlier HVDC BorWin1 project, despite having completed construction in 2009, was still not fully in service by that date).

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  • HVDC BorWin2 is a high voltage direct current (HVDC) link built to transmit Offshore wind power to the power grid of the German mainland. ) The project differs from most HVDC systems in that one of the two converter stations is built on a platform in the sea. Voltage-Sourced Converters are used and the total cable length is 200 km. The project was completed by the Siemens/ Prysmian consortium and handed over to its owner, TenneT, in January 2015, becoming the first such project to be completed (the earlier HVDC BorWin1 project, despite having completed construction in 2009, was still not fully in service by that date). (en)
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  • HVDC BorWin2 is a high voltage direct current (HVDC) link built to transmit Offshore wind power to the power grid of the German mainland. ) The project differs from most HVDC systems in that one of the two converter stations is built on a platform in the sea. Voltage-Sourced Converters are used and the total cable length is 200 km. The project was completed by the Siemens/ Prysmian consortium and handed over to its owner, TenneT, in January 2015, becoming the first such project to be completed (the earlier HVDC BorWin1 project, despite having completed construction in 2009, was still not fully in service by that date). (en)
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